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Wanzo

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Wanzo last won the day on November 15 2017

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About Wanzo

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  • Birthday 08/09/1979

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    Missouri

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    6.6
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    Righty

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  1. I'm not sure where they are now, but they said at the end of the final episode the lowest they got was 3.1. Yeah, if they don't make some big changes in how they approach things, it's not likely they will get much lower. But they made some comments about knowing the right things to do (we'll see if they are "right), but if they just stick to a plan for a whole year and stop looking for quick fixes it will be interesting to see what happens. It's entertaining. They do seem to have an obsession with shooting par in a round, no matter the differential.
  2. Just curious of your reasoning. Do you think it's because of their current plan on how to go about it, or getting to that handicap is just not likely in general for their situation?
  3. I like the idea. Why limit cor if distance isn’t a problem.
  4. I really enjoy the podcast and there are definitely some things i relate to in their quest. Some of your points here @iacas are really good reminders for me too. It seems like they have had more lessons this season than in the past, maybe. And they kicked off the year with the trip to see Adam Young. They've talked about this recently, and i can relate somewhat, but they seem to have a hard time being technical when practicing and then when they are playing....just play. But i agree at least from what we hear, it sounds like they are getting voices from a lot of directions and bouncing back to old thoughts and tips. I need this right now. I've tended to draw/pull-draw my wedges and short irons and fade/pull-fade my longer clubs. I usually hit the ball without a lot of curve in general so many times i just aim straight. But it's a really bad feeling standing over a ball, specifically driver, and fearing a miss on both sides. i need to work towards having one pattern. I also need to commit to figuring out my actual weaknesses and not just my perceived ones. Yeah, i would agree they tend to be too aggressive in general. They have kind of talked about how it's sort of at odds with making the podcast entertaining at times, and probably just against what they are used to doing. Mike talked about playing with that scratch golfer who when he asked him what to do on a shot, basically called him crazy for considering anything other than just getting the ball back in position on the hole.
  5. haven't followed this topic much, but saw him a couple times at the pga and he had a funky waggle like JT but longer before he swung. just looks uncomfortable.
  6. I’ve played the 639 cb irons for almost a year. I like them. Just got the same shaft and specs from my previous irons. They work well for me. Jason the owner is very accessible to answer questions. I’ve tried a couple other clubs, a driving iron and a driver that I didn’t like and they let me return them no issue. I think their irons for better players are solid.
  7. I didn't get 9,12,15,16. impressed you got 15, 16.
  8. I thought this was kind of fun. How many can you name?
  9. Day 3 done. No video. These are good drills for me to feel a little more compact backswing and not let that elbow get too far behind. Finished up with my current drill from evolvr to slide the hips and feel a little fall towards target along with getting my arms down quickly to start downswing.
  10. Forgot the split hand drill so went back and did that after. My daughter was “helping” me film so the tripod was moving some.
  11. bought this on a whim, good deal on woot. Want to try just playing to the middle of every green more this year instead of lasering every flag.
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